Ronald Reagan, with The Will Rogers Follies cast, got a stage fright earlier that night when AIDS activists interrupted the show by yelling, "AIDS is killing Broadway! Reagan sat and watched!"
Cosmetics queen Georgette Mosbacher and Shirley Lord Rosenthal, a Vogue editor, demonstrated how to kiss without messing your lipstick at a Manhattan fete for the Lighthouse, a charity for the blind.
MTV dude-meister Pauly Shore (left) got in his licks at a party in L.A. celebrating Tone-L?c's new album. Joining him was actor Donovan Leitch, who is the son of the '60s singer.
Disco lives: Soap stars Yasmine (One Life to Live) Bleeth and Ricky Paull (Another World) Goldin did Saturday Night Fever shtick at a '70s-themed AIDS fund-raiser in New York City. Bleeth, who used to date Luke Perry, now sees Goldin.
Jimmy Workman, 10, who plays ooky Pugsley in The Addams Family, made the movie's Los Angeles premiere a family affair by bringing his actress sister, Shanelle, 12.
Professional eccentric Michael Jackson—note the new Veronica Lake hair—played hide-and-chic with professional celebrity Brooke Shields
during a tête-à-tête at an L. restaurant. His Dangerous album arrived in stores last week.